byGeorgia Center for Continuing Education; Educational Testing Service; Georgia. Department of Education
What's the Score (1962) Shows how the human body acts as a natural clock when internal circadian rhythms initiate specific responses and behavior. Topics: Educational tests and measurements, Educational tests and measurements
byMelville, S. Donald; Educational Testing Service. Cooperative Test Division
Dr. S. Donald Melville points out some common pitfalls in test selection. He describes a method for analyzing achievement tests, placing major emphasis on studying the content of a test to discover what kind of materials are included and to determine if the content is relevant to the teaching program Summary Outlines criteria to follow in the selection of achievement tests, such as content validity, relevance for a given course and proper balance of materials included. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Educational tests and measurements, Achievement tests, Curriculum and... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Reading experts examine ways of measuring reading skills development through various methods such as standardized tests Topics: Reading comprehension, Educational tests and measurements, Reading (Elementary), Educational tests...
Dr. Scarvin B. Anderson discusses two guiding principles in test interpretation--any test score is only an estimate of a student's ability, and percentiles are meaningful only if the characteristics of the norms group on which they are based are known. Discusses testing scores in terms of bands rather than points Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Educational tests and measurements, Tests and measurements... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
A case study is used to demonstrate the psychological evaluation of children who cannot be examined by usual verbal-dependent tests because of age, physical handicaps, or foreign language. Includes an overview of Gesell Development Scales, Leiter International Performance Scale, parts of Merrill-Palmer Scale, and Peabody Vocabulary Test. K. Fishler, R. Koch, and C.J. Ross Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Psychometrics, Developmental psychology, Psychological testing, Tests... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
"The Name Game." "The Big Town" Chicago Diane Lane strip. David Crosby on the 60s. Space nudes, "Forbidden World." Entertainment "1969 "New York allows needle exchange — for only 200 people. Dial-a-porn Carol Doda, Stonehenge circles, 35 cent cig tax, ADDS prop 102 loses but 86 passes, then later both lost. John Mitchell dies. 48 HRS on Alcoholism (1 1-10-88). Marilyn Monroe "a lonely Hollywood drug addict." Sherlock Holmes needle.... Topics: vhs, Drugs, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, needle exchange, cigarettes, alcoholism, steroids,... Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Computer Drug Tests, Electric Forum War on Drugs, AIDS tripling, Michael Bell. See scans of liner notes for detailed content. Topics: vhs, drugs, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Drugs, Tests, War on Drugs, AIDS, Michael Bell Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Establishes standards in neonatal examination. Shows normal and abnormal responses to a series of tests. For professional use only. Describes postdelivery care of the newborn, including procedure in the nursery, examination by a pediatrician, feeding and bathing, and child development. From the Nine to Get Ready series. Topics: Neurological Examination of the Newborn, Neurophysiology, Tests and measurements (Education),...
First released in 1956 and presented by Lear, Inc., this 17-minute color film "Sky Sentinels" shows generally how the civilian volunteers of the Civil Air Patrol serve their nation and their neighbors in times of disaster and for Civil Defense. Narrated by Hollywood great Tyrone Power and featuring director Henry King (who was also a Colonel in the Civil Air Patrol), it also shows the role played by the CAP during the 1955 atomic tests in Nevada. Yucca Flats is the scene of a... Topics: William Lear, Tyrone Power, Atomic Tests, Nevada, Civil Air Patrol, Cold War
Shows how an eighth grade teacher adjusts her teaching to the reading skills of her students after using a standardized group test to obtain information about their skills. Discusses the criteria used in the selection of an appropriate test, the administration of the test, the reliability of a test, and the interpretation of the results ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Kansas City (Mo.), Educational tests and measurements Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Live Date is production date Summary Describes an auditory screening method known as the distraction technique, which must be learned from an experienced teacher and ./ia meed under close supervision. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Hearing Disorders, Hearing Tests, Child, Infant, Teaching methods and... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Made in the 1950s, this Atomic Energy Commission film takes place at the AEC's Nevada test site as well as in the adjacent community of St. George, Utah (located over 135 miles distant). The organization of the tests are shown, emphasizing range safety and procedures, and an explanation is offered as to why the tests are so important to national security. Various atomic bomb effects are also discussed. The M65 Atomic Cannon, often called Atomic Annie, is shown being tested as part of... Topics: Atomic Energy Commision, Nuclaear Tests, Atomic Bomb, Utah, M65 Atomic Cannon, Radiation, Yucca...